CTET 2020: CBSE releases Previous Year Papers of 2018, 2019; Admit Card Soon; Exam Date 5 July
CTET: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has updated the official website of CTET - ctet.nic.in. The Information Bulletin of CTET July 2020 exam has been released again along with the CTET Previous Years Papers of December 2018, July 2019 and December 2019 examinations. The CTET Previous Years Question Papers have been released for the last 3 editions of the CTET exams and are available for Paper 1 & Paper 2 All Sets A/B/C/D and all languages Hindi, English, Bengali, Assamese, Garo, Gujarati, Kannada, Khasi, Malayalam, Manipuri, Urdu and others. We have shared below the direct links on which candidates can download all the questions papers of all the papers and languages.
Earlier, the CTET July Information Bulletin 2020 was removed from the official website. It was expected that CBSE might release new schedule of the CTET July 2020 exam. However, there is no change in the exam schedule. The CTET 2020 exam will be held on 5th July as scheduled. CBSE will soon notify the candidates about the release of CTET Admit Card 2020. to clear your doubts about the CTET Admit Card release date or CTET Exam date, visit the link mentioned below:
CTET Previous Years Papers: All Sets & All Languages
CTET Previous Year Papers
- Each link contains Paper 1 & Paper question papers of all languages.
- Paper 1 Main contains questions in Hindi & English languages both
- Paper 2 Main contains questions in Hindi & English languages both
- Once you click on the link of question paper, the full paper appears in PDF Download format
- Download the question paper and start practicing for the exam
When will be CTET Admit Card 2020 released by CBSE?
The CBSE will now anytime release the CTET Admit Card of July 2020 exam @ctet.nic.in. Candidates should frequently visit the official website to get the latest updates about the release of admit card or hall ticket.
Change in Rules of CTET Exam Centres
As all are aware that the India is battling the deadly Coronavirus that is highly contagious. Considering the social distancing aspects and restrictions on movement of people, the CBSE might introduce new rules to be followed by candidates at the exam centres. These rules can be:
Wearing of face masks and hand gloves
Following social distancing norms
Reaching exam centres two hours before the exam for screening & medical check
Minimum number of candidates in a room
Proper gap between the sitting position of candidates